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Adobo
Banana Ketchup
Beef Mechado
Chicharon

Thursday, March 23rd 2017

Philippines - Filipino Recipes

Philippines - Filipino Recipes

Philippine cooking and foods have evolved over the centuries from its Malayo-Polynesian origins to a mixed cuisine with many Hispanic or Spanish, Chinese, American, and other surrounding Asian influences adapted to both indigenous ingredients and the local palate. Rice, soy sauce, and fish sauce has been used in the Philippines for thousands of years since the Austronesian people first settled on the island nation. Spanish settlers brought with them chili peppers, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, and the method of sautéing with onions and garlic. Today, Philippine cuisine continues to evolve as new techniques and styles of cooking find their way into one of the most active melting pots of Asia. The Philippines does not only possess its traditional cuisine; popular international cuisines as well as restaurant and fast food chains are also available around the archipelago.

The national dishes of the Philippines are adobo, chicharon, milkfish, bagoong, lumpia, pancit, lechon, halo-halo, balut, leche flan.

 


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